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Journal EntryMHS highlights Total Force Fitness
July was the Military Health System’s “Total Fitness Month.” HPRC offers lots of resources to follow up on their recommendations for healthy living.
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Journal EntryMilitary medical researchers develop blood for screening concussions or mild traumatic brain injury
Can a blood test detect a concussion or TBI?
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Journal EntryMilitary Spouse Appreciation Day
Military spouses are adaptable, committed, courageous, the backbone of the military family and the key to the success of the Warfighter's military performance.
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Journal EntryNavy fitness through NOFFS
This Navy fitness program focuses on basic and performance nutrition alongside physical training exercises designed to target operational tasks and reduce injuries.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbNavy focuses on better pain management
The Navy’s Pain Management team met recently to improve their existing pain management strategies for Warfighters and their beneficiaries.
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Journal Entry RealAudio documentNavy revamps Physical Readiness Program
The Navy has issued new guidelines on meeting body fat standards for its Physical Readiness Program.
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Journal EntryNew Army camouflage: the end of the digital age?
Since 2004, Army personnel have donned the Universal Camouflage Pattern on standard uniforms; but new research and field reports have found this pattern to be ineffective in combat.
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Journal EntryNew Army uniforms will do a better job protecting soldiers from what bugs them
The Army will soon begin issuing Fire Resistant combat uniforms treated with the insect repellent permethrin.
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Journal EntryNew face paint does more than camouflage
New face paint is being tested and hopefully will be approved for the military in the near future. Not only will it hide soldiers’ faces from the enemy, but it will also shield their faces from the extreme temperatures of bomb blasts.
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Journal EntryNew Functional Fitness Training Center at Fort Drum
A new center helps soldiers become strong and agile for deployment to both cold and mountainous conditions.
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